$48,000 in Fines Paid by City of Santa Clarita-Santa Clarita Transit

This page finalized April 26, 2007

CITY OF SANTA CLARITA-SANTA CLARITA TRANSIT CASE SETTLES FOR $48,000

The City of Santa Clarita-Santa Clarita Transit District paid $48,000 in penalties for violating air quality regulations. This settlement was reached in February 2007. An investigation by the ARB showed that the City of Santa Clarita-Santa Clarita Transit District failed to comply with the Fleet Rule for Transit Agencies - Urban Bus Requirements by exceeding the transit fleet Particulate Matter (PM) emission total. City of Santa Clarita-Santa Clarita Transit also failed to properly self-inspect the portion of their diesel engine vehicle fleet that falls under the Periodic Smoke Inspection Program (PSIP). To settle the case, the City of Santa Clarita-Santa Clarita Transit District agreed to the $48,000 penalty and to comply with the Fleet Rule for Transit Agencies - Urban Bus Requirements and the PSIP.


Case Settlements

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